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LOST ROOTS - LOST TRUTH

Here is what Adonai says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask about the ancient paths, ‘Which one is the good way?’ Take it, and you will find rest for your souls. But they said, ‘We will not take it.’

Jeremiah 6:16

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But if some of the branches were broken off,

while you, a wild olive shoot,

were grafted in among them

to share the richness

[of the root and sap] of the olive tree,

Do not boast over the branches

and pride yourself at their expense.

 

If you do boast and feel superior,

remember it is not you that support the root,

but the root [that supports] you.

Romans 11:16-17

Sadly, 'Replacement Theology' (Supersessionism)

 is an error-filled doctrine that has

poisoned much of the church.

Replacement Theology teaches that
the Christian Church has replaced Israel,

and God's covenants with Israel are done away with.

This isn't true.

God didn't do away with

the covenant He made with Abraham.

He grafted Gentiles into it,

with Messianic Jews (Jews who believe in Jesus).

If you belong to Christ, 

then you are Abraham’s seed, 

and heirs according to the promise.

Galatians 3:29

 

Paul wrote:

I ask then: Did God reject his people?

By no means! 

I am an Israelite myself,

a descendant of Abraham, 

from the tribe of Benjamin. 

God did not reject his people, 

whom he foreknew.

 So too, at the present time

there is a remnant (of Jews) chosen by grace.

Romans 11:1-2, 5 

In reality, the Christian Church

was almost completely Jewish in the time of Jesus.

All of the apostles were Jewish.

Those who saw Jesus resurrected and ascend were Jewish.

As God grew the Church,

Gentile believers began to be added into the fold.

When they (the apostles) heard this,

they had no further objections

and praised God, saying,

“So then, even to Gentiles

God has granted repentance that leads to life.”

Acts 11:18

While some Jews rejected Jesus,

the early Christian Church was comprised of

many Jews as well as Gentiles.

We must remember God's word,

God will bring a great revival of Jews back to Jesus.

A large revival of Jews coming to Christ

will bring greater blessings to us all.

 But if their transgression means riches for the world, and their loss means riches for the Gentiles,

how much greater riches will their full inclusion bring!

 For if their rejection brought reconciliation to the world, what will their acceptance be but life from the dead? 

Romans 11:12, 15

7 Feasts of God

Here are 7 sessions of deep teachings for those searching to know more about God's Feasts (Appointed Times/Rehearsals).

plant_grafting.jpeg

But if some of the branches were broken off,

while you, a wild olive shoot,

were grafted in among them

to share the richness

[of the root and sap] of the olive tree,

Do not boast over the branches

and pride yourself at their expense.

If you do boast and feel superior,

remember it is not you that support the root,

but the root [that supports] you.

Romans 11:16-17

Sadly, 'Replacement Theology' (Supersessionism)

 is an error-filled doctrine that has

poisoned much of the church.

Replacement Theology teaches that
the Christian Church has replaced Israel,

and God's covenants with Israel are done away with.

This isn't true.

God didn't do away with

the covenant He made with Abraham.

He grafted Gentiles into it,

with Messianic Jews (Jews who believe in Jesus).

If you belong to Christ, 

then you are Abraham’s seed, 

and heirs according to the promise.

Galatians 3:29

Paul wrote:

I ask then: Did God reject his people?

By no means! 

I am an Israelite myself,

a descendant of Abraham, 

from the tribe of Benjamin. 

God did not reject his people, 

whom he foreknew.

 So too, at the present time

there is a remnant (of Jews) chosen by grace.

Romans 11:1-2, 5 

In reality, the Christian Church

was almost completely Jewish in the time of Jesus.

All of the apostles were Jewish.

Those who saw Jesus resurrected and ascend were Jewish.

As God grew the Church,

Gentile believers began to be added into the fold.

When they (the apostles) heard this,

they had no further objections

and praised God, saying,

“So then, even to Gentiles

God has granted repentance that leads to life.”

Acts 11:18

While some Jews rejected Jesus,

the early Christian Church was comprised of

many Jews as well as Gentiles.

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